Send Free Coronation eCards for King Charles III

Hope Spring eCards, an organisation which raises money exclusively for water poverty alleviation, has announced they will be making six special coronation eCards available free of charge to mark the coronation of King Charles III on the 6th of May 2023.

Seun Olonade, Platform Manager of Hope Spring eCards, stated: “This is a once in a generation event and we wanted to do something special to mark the coronation of King Charles III. People can access the free eCards via the free ecards section of our platform, and all they need to do at the check out is provide the code ‘Long Live The King’.”

The eCards are a mixture of designs created by the Hope Spring team in house, and graphics made available by the UK government for people celebrating the King’s coronation.

Hope Spring eCards expects hundreds of people to use the free cards and hopes some of the new users will become regular users of their charity eCards website. Find out more about Hope Spring card platform and their work in water poverty alleviation on their social media pages.

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